Multiple Ontario Walmarts Were Set On Fire Last Night & Toilet Paper Was Used As Kindling

Damages are estimated at $4 million per location.
Walmarts In Ontario Caught Fire In 3 Separate Locations Last Night

Police are investigating after three separate Walmarts in Ontario caught on fire in the Waterloo region in a single night. 

The blazes happened on Tuesday night at two Kitchener locations, and one in Waterloo, according to a police tweet

It is reported that toilet paper was used to set fires in all three locations. 

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According to CTV News Kitchener, the damages are estimated at around $4 million per location, said the Waterloo and Kitchener Fire Departments. 

Employees at the Sunrise Centre location told CTV that they saw the toilet paper on fire before being evacuated at around 9:15 p.m.

The second fire happened within the hour at around 9:55 p.m. in Stanley Park Mall.

The third is reported to have started at 10:20 p.m. at the Bridgeport Plaza. 

There have been no reported injuries so far, and details on what happened are still developing.